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Meats Futures Prices

Mon, Dec 5th, 2016
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Lean hogs are mostly 45 cents to a dollar higher at midday. Dec16 futures are up a buck on the session after logging a 30 cent loss last week. The CME Lean Hog Index is higher again with the 12/1 average up another 72 cents from the previous 2day avg. USDA's weighted average pork carcass cutout value was also 72 cents higher at $73.97 in the morning report with loin cuts up $1.93 and bellies up $1.50. Cash hog base prices were not published this morning due to packer submission problems. Friday's range was reported $42.50 to $48.50. Weekly FI slaughter was estimated at 2.54 million head vs. 2.423 million head a year ago. Dec 16 Hogs are at $51.750, up $1.000, Feb 17 Hogs are at $54.475, up $0.450 Apr 17 Hogs are at $60.800, up $0.650
Live cattle futures are mixed from a dime lower to 50 cents higher at midday. Feeders are mostly at least 22.5 cents higher despite higher corn prices. The Jan17 contract is at $124.825, while the CME Feeder Index for 12/1 was $131.04, up 54 cents and well above the futures. Cash cattle trade is reported limited on light to moderate demand without enough sales in any region for a full market trend. According to USDA the last reported market in the Southern Plains, Colorado and Nebraska was on Wednesday with live sales between $115-$115.50. In the WCB the last reported market was on Thursday from $110 to $112. Dressed sales in the WCB and NE on Thursday were $175. Wholesale beef prices on Monday morning averaged 79 cents higher for choice, and 61 cents higher for select. Friday's COT report showing last Tuesday's data had managed money with their largest net long in cattle futures and options since July 2015. Dec 16 Cattle are at $108.125, down $0.100, Feb 17 Cattle are at $109.375, up $0.500, Apr 17 Cattle are at $109.450, up $0.400, Jan 17 Feeder Cattle are at $124.825, up $0.225 Mar 17 Feeder Cattle are at $121.800, up $0.275 Apr 17 Feeder Cattle are at $121.525, up $0.275
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